Brian Farrell

Brian Farrell

Tuesday – Saturday: Midnight to 5am

Email: brianf@wpor.com

I’ve lived almost my whole life in Cape Neddick and when I am not at work I am either on the beach or in the water surfing. I used to have super long hair, but I donated all ten inches to Locks for Love two years ago – I think it is time to grow it back out!

I am a recent grad of Quinnipiac University where I studied Broadcast Journalism. While journalism was my major, most of what I did happened outside the classroom and behind the mic as a play by play broadcaster for our ice hockey teams. Couple my love for being on air with my love for music and I started hosting my own shows on our student station, WQAQ, revolved around the music of the Grateful Dead. Oddly enough it was the Dead and their Western tunes that got me into country music, and now I am hooked. I am still a Deadhead – but when I don’t have them on I am listening to Zac Brown Band, Brad Paisley and Eric Church.

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